You know the saying “happiness is a choice?” Personally, I’m a little skeptical of the phrase. People talk about happiness like it’s a static state of mind. But, like most things in life, it’s quite temporary. Happiness comes and goes. So while we can choose happiness in one moment, the next moment we may not
I don’t know about you, but sometimes keeping an open mind for me is nearly impossible. (It is especially impossible for those of us who have a tendency to believe we’re always right.) If I have an expectation about how an experience is going to go down, I have little reason to change that expectation. (After
Photo from Instagram, @nest.out.west Stress and Clutter, Sittin’ in a tree Clutter and stress go hand-in-hand, and it’s hard to pinpoint which comes first. (Is my house a mess because I am stressed? Or, am I stressed because my house is a mess?) Regardless, organizing and de-cluttering your life will decrease stress in your life.
It’s that time of year again! Proposal season is among us. (Did you know that 40% of engagements happen between November and February?!) Our social feeds are soon going to be littered with engagement announcements, girls taking pictures of themselves driving or drinking coffee with their new rings, etc (Not hating, pretty sure I did
Photo by: Wild Jasmine Photo (@wildjasminephoto) I have trouble expressing my feelings and my needs in a relationship. Any tips? This is SO common, and the number one reason why is because of the V word… Vulnerability. (What did you think I meant????) Talking is hard. Talking about your feelings is H A R D. Talking
Welcome back for Episode 2, y’all! *not from the south, just a really handy word I enjoy using.* Today’s episode covers negative self-talk. I define it, give active steps you can take to challenge it, and give some examples to help you grasp it. So hold on to your hats, people! (I’m not really sure
Mindfulness is IN people. Mindfulness is as trendy as a tapered pant (Are those still in?). Everywhere you look people are stuffing it down our throats. “BE MINDFUL IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE!” “Depressed? Just be mindful! Anxious? Practice mindfulness!“ “How Mark Zuckerberg uses mindfulness and why you should too!” <— These are my personal
You’re not alone.
This may come as a surprise, but for me honesty really is the best policy (heavy sarcasm). There is a time and place for authenticity, TRUST me. However, one must be judicious. If you take honesty and run with it, you may end up being an honest jerk instead of an honest peach (See what